Saturday started with a 4 shot cappuccino and removal of the Wranglers roof, followed by a rather chilly drive from FIsh Hoek through to the meeting point, the Jeep dealership at Canal Walk. Soon after we arrived lots of other Wranglers, roofs off, started arriving. Some were standard, some were modded out as if there were no tomorrow. Continue reading
Last month I submitted an article to Discover Africa about my trip to Seal Island. They later came back to me asking if they could interview me as their featured photographer for January. Continue reading
On Sunday 11 November Michael Myburgh I decided to take a trip to Seal Island near Hout Bay. Michael had won two free tickets through Discover Africa.com to take a trip to Seal Island with Drumboat Charters. Continue reading
A short selection of photos from yesterdays International Go Topless Day.
The last month and a bit has been really hectic and this evening I’ve finally managed to catch up some much needed website admin and upload heaps of new work. Continue reading
Last Saturday I was asked if I would photograph Cassandra and her little family. We met on Noordhoek Common and spent a bit of time playing around getting some nice shots in the process.
On Sunday the Jeep Club spent the day at Ou Trekpad going over their different tracks. Some obstacles included sand and deep water. A good day was had by all. Even the Toyota FJ Cruiser seemed to have had fun. Even if it took him more than two attempts to make it across the water without having to be pulled out!
Today while it was quiet at The Porters Estate Market I thought I would try out my new lens. Last week my 50mm f/1.8 arrived. Orms had them on special and I had been wanting one for months.
This little lens is fantastic. The quality is amazing. Also being able to go down to an aperture of 1.8 and really being able to blur the background out is awesome and makes for some nice creative shots.
Everyone should carry one of these inexpensive lenses around with them all the time. I know I will be in the future.